Check Out The Bad Ass New Fish Sign Outside Jon Sarkin’s Fish City Studios

Glosta being Glosta Baby.  You Can’t Fake The Funk!

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Fish designed By chris williams and jon sarkin

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6 Responses to Check Out The Bad Ass New Fish Sign Outside Jon Sarkin’s Fish City Studios

  1. debny01930 says:

    I noticed that piece the other day. I love it! We need more of those kinds of things on storefronts. I’d love to know who made it, where it came from.

  2. Is this a new version of the “Sacred Cod”?

  3. Anonymous says:

    sarkin & williams. just need willie alexander to write a song and we got a triple threat..

  4. Carol (Creed) Perry says:

    It’s a great sign. What ever became of the wonderful carved wooden signs that used to be around Gloucester back in the 60s? There was a full sized butcher over the door at Brown’s Market and a Figurehead woman outside the Rhumbnline. There were others too. I think the artist was Art Call, but that could be wrong.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I guessed at first glance that was the work of Chris Williams.
    If you don’t know about Chris, he does fantastic metal work. He used to be part of the Cape Ann Artisans tour.

  6. Will says:

    Even the support bracket looks like waves. Clever.

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